Monthly Archives: April 2013

William Wilberforce, The Shrimp Who Stopped Slavery

The story of William Wilberforce, abolitionist and passionate servant of Christ. Read

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Lessons Along the Career Path

Robin King shares how he came to understand why God had placed him in his job. Read

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The Call to be a Witness Part II

In this 30 minute lecture, Stuart McAllister explains that we need clear voices and a majestic vision to be effective witnesses. Listen

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The Call to be a Witness – Part I

How do we communicate our faith to people of other cultures in a way that makes sense to them? Stuart McAllister explores this question and it’s ramifications in this 40 minute lecture. Listen

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CSLI Fellows Story: From Politics to Pampers

Michelle Knott shares how she came to see how she could glorify God as a stay at home mom. Knowing & Doing, Winter 2003. Read

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The Model: Becoming More Like Christ

John Stott teaches us what God’s purpose is for His people. Knowing & Doing, Fall 2009.  Read

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CSLI Fellows Story: Answering God’s Call in the Public Schools

Ashley Storm, a C.S. Lewis Institute Fellow, shares how she responded to God’s call in her life and learned that promotions along the career ladder of faith are rarely written on the world’s terms. Knowing & Doing, Spring 2008. Read

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Leadership Lessons in Following: Learning from the Writings of Dallas Willard

Ray Blunt shares what he has learned from the writings of Dallas Willard on being a leader. Knowing & Doing, Spring 2003. Read

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The Call Part II

Os Guinness continues his thought-provoking lecture on our calling in this 35 minute lecture. Listen

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The Call Part I

Is your faith woven throughout your life, or is it privately engaging but publicly irrelevant? Os Guinness gives us a tremendous amount to think about in this 45 minute lecture. Listen  

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